Thursday, February 11, 2016
ITP V.016 THE ART OF DANCE: "GLOVING" BANNED FROM RAVES
According to DANCE SAFE and VICE.COM. "Gloving", the trend of using LED glow lights on a ravers hands, are BANNED from many bigger raves.
Many ravers have been thrown out of festivals as their "gloves" were confiscated as gloving is considered by authorities and a few politicians as "a drug accessory".
At the time of the new millennium, THE RAVE ACT of 2002 banned "glow sticks" from raves as a "drug accessory".
Gloving is L.E.D. lighting enhancement best used when ravers dance "liquid", a fluid, beautiful progression of break dancing with primary use of hands, finger rolls and other techniques.
Check out EmazingLights (YOU TUBE) "How to Glove" video tutorial.
FROM URBAN DICTIONARY: "GLOVING":
ITP V.016 EDITORS NOTE:
Don't take the gloves, it's not a drug accessory. Kids are just dancing and want to be seen, as many want to watch. Back in the 90's, the kids were dancin' liquid and used glow sticks to enhance the beauty of dance.If a BAND used a laser light show or pyros, as pyrotechnics are dangerous if used incorrectly, this would NOT be an issue and just a part of the show.
FROM DANCESAFE and VICE.COM:
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